Universal Design features are subtle and stylish but have a purpose. The concept has been promoted to make homes more livable for a lifetime of use. According to the National Kitchen and Bath Association, 60 percent of designers surveyed for its 2014 Design Trends Survey say they are including Universal Design features in their bathroom projects.
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Each year we look forward to the design trends report issued by the National Kitchen and Bath Association. NKBA conducts an annual survey of its members and publishes its findings in February. The trends revealed in the NKBA 2014 Kitchen and Bath Design Trends Survey come as no surprise to us. They reflect what many of our customers ask for in their kitchen remodeling projects.
A kitchen sink is an essential element in any kitchen. We spend more time in front of a sink than in any other kitchen work area, therefore, it’s important to consider both its function and design. When selecting a kitchen sink style for your home, first and foremost consider the way you work in your kitchen. Take some time to answer the following questions:
Bathrooms are generally smaller spaces that require careful planning to create functional storage. In addition to towels, storage is needed for cosmetics, toiletries, grooming supplies, hairdryers, curlers, medicines, tissues, cleaning supplies, dirty laundry and a waste basket. Organized storage is important to control clutter and optimize the space in these rooms.